# Quantum Element Method for Quantum Eigenvalue Problems

@article{Cheng2020QuantumEM, title={Quantum Element Method for Quantum Eigenvalue Problems}, author={Ming-C. Cheng}, journal={arXiv: Computational Physics}, year={2020} }

A previously developed quantum reduced-order model is revised and applied, together with the domain decomposition, to develop the quantum element method (QEM), a methodology for fast and accurate simulation of quantum eigenvalue problems. The concept of the QEM is to partition the simulation domain of a quantum eigenvalue problem into smaller subdomains that are referred to as elements. These elements could be the building blocks for quantum structures of interest. Each of the elements is…

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